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Account books

Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Clyde T. Mastin, Account Book

 Collection — Other 1 folder
Identifier: MS-0252
Scope and Contents On orders from his father, Clyde T. Mastin kept a detailed account of the money he spent during his years at the University of Nebraska from 1895 to May 1899, when he spent $5.00 for his diploma.  The remainder of the account book is filled with itemized expenses and income from a period during which he worked for the railroad.

John G. Bruner, Notebooks

Identifier: MS-0007
Scope and Contents The bulk of the collection consists of memorandum books kept by John Bruner, an early settler of Nebraska, detailing the weather, his expenditures, trips, correspondence sent and received, and other miscellaneous matters between 1859 and 1883.   “Account Book, No. 2” records services rendered and accounts received and paid by John Bruner for the American Tract Society during 1859-1862.  The other memorandum books primarily record daily weather, including winds, clouds, and temperatures.  Some...